It revolves around Glory (Angel), a 52-year-old woman who falls in love with Niko (Tony), a guy 30 years her junior. They start a risqué May-December love affair, but will struggle to keep their relationship intact amidst social disapproval and judgment.
A mysterious tale set around a traditional British family on the eve of World War Two. Oblivious to the looming shadow of World War II, the wealthy Keyes maintain a confident façade in the British countryside until daughter Anne becomes an unexpected pawn. Her accidental discovery of secret recordings creates a rift in the family.
Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev travels to America to make a documentary. As he zigzags across the nation, Borat meets real people in real situations with hysterical consequences. His backwards behavior generates strong reactions around him exposing prejudices and hypocrisies in American culture.
The compelling story of a young man's journey from rage and gang violence to the unusual gift that God would use to turn his life around.
A story about an aging crime family patriarch.
A short film by Danny Boyle starring James Bond and Queen Elizabeth II. It originally aired as part of the Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
During his acceptance speech for a lifetime achievement award, Nicolas Chauvin – a farmer-soldier, a veteran of the Revolutionary Army and the Napoleonic Wars, “father” of the chauvinism that bears his name – embarks on a monologue and recounts his life story. At the bend of a road, a spectral encounter shocks his (non-)existence.
Vitaphone production reels #2471-2478; third Warner Bros. feature film - the first being The Jazz Singer and the second Tenderloin - to include talking sequences, along with the by now usual Vitaphone musical score and sound effects. A copy of this film survives at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., but the sound disks are lost.
Part of the Zankoku-bi: Onna harakiri 01 series.
Continuing the story of 'Victoria the Great'.
The film based on a true story, tells the story of two soldiers who fought off an assault by 1500 attackers while defending section level outpost of an Infantry Battalion in South Waziristan Agency. 43 soldiers were killed in the battle on the night of 29 May 2009.
An old aristocrat, short of money, who does not accept the new world ruled by the bourgeois class ,epitomized by the industrialist and by the doctor who finally grabs the the aristocrat's castle which soon will be turned into a hospital.
The history of color photography in motion pictures, in particular the Technicolor company's work.
An exuberant brainchild of John Christie, Glyndebourne Festival Opera launched in 1934 with a production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro. Since then, Glyndebourne has become a byword for excellence, bringing together the finest operatic musicians of the day for extended rehearsals in an idyllic setting with uncompromised technical and theatrical standards. This celebration includes 12 productions from the last 13 years within the musical directorship of Vladimir Jurowski, ranging across ‘signature’ works such as The Marriage of Figaro, classic productions such as The Rake's Progress with designs by David Hockney, and new adventures in Baroque opera and Wagner.
Glorious Victory is a watercolor animated short about two beetles intensely fighting over a fig fruit.
A burlesque survey of femmes fatales through the ages.
A New York filmmaker travels to a small Mississippi town to shoot a documentary about the local uproar resulting from a gay resident's use of a sexually-explicit mailbox. Comedy.
Leonardi's film about the Living Theatre is less concerned with a straight documentary presentation of the exile theatre group from New York, but rather is concerned with the specific atmospheric factor which is indicated by their name, and which constitutes the highly suggestive effect of their playing. Cutting, for Leonardi, is the most decisive aesthetic device. The result is a wonderfully composed furioso of pictures. The hand-held camera catches rehearsals, conversations without sound, bits of theatre and daily life actions (which, for Living Theatre people, is very often intermixed).
Firefighter Sanji learns the secret of his birth.
Join host James Daniel Marrs Ritchey as he discusses the outdoors.
Food Glorious Food is a British television culinary programme which started on 27 February 2013 and ended on 24 April 2013. The show is a joint Optomen and Syco TV production. The competition, in which anyone of any age can enter, searches the country looking for the best home cooked dish, with the winner receiving £20,000 and their dish made and sold by Marks & Spencer. Carol Vorderman presents the show on ITV, STV & UTV The show's judging panel consists of Tom Parker Bowles, Loyd Grossman, Anne Harrison, Stacie Stewart and Andi Oliver who was a guest judge for the Harrogate heats. An official Food Glorious Food cookery book was published by The Octopus Publishing Group on 25 February 2013 and is available to purchase online and from major book retailers. The book contains over 100 recipes, including all the regional heat winners and the overall series winner. The winning recipes from the heats and overall winning recipe will also be made available on the ITV website after appearing on the show.
Three sisters in their twenties, pursuing success and love in the big city. The story opens with an engagement party that runs astray, leaving the future wedding gift of a real-life fairytale palace up for grabs. Thus, a race begins between the sisters to be the first to find and marry their own Prince Charming.
A story about a woman experiencing a harsh fate, a woman who is jealous of her and a man set out to get revenge.